This three minute video features the artist telling an anecdote about a session with her psychiatrist projected onto a twenty centimeter high white clay figure. The anecdote involves the artist mentioning to her therapist that she noticed lip marks on a mirror and then, upon returning the following week, seeing they had disappeared. Initially, the psychiatrist questioned the artist’s perception and in what turned out to be the final session, admits that she learned of her 12-year-old daughter kissing the mirror. The therapist couldn’t see these marks from where she was sitting, and the maid had cleaned the mirror on Fridays. Anderson eventually comes to the conclusion that she and the psychiatrist see things from a totally different angle and decides from then on, to no longer visit the psychiatrist.